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Sociologists Montez and Monnat earn NIH grants

Maxwell School sociology faculty members lead research teams that were recently awarded R24 grants from the National Institute on Aging, a division of the National Institutes of Health. Jennifer Karas Montez, professor of sociology, is a co-principal investigator, and Shannon Monnat, associate professor of sociology and Lerner Chair for Public Health Promotion, is a co-investigator on the first of these highly competitive five-year grants.
October 11, 2019

Siddiki projects awarded NSF and USDA funding

Saba Siddiki, associate professor of public administration and international affairs, has been awarded two grants for projects beginning this fall. One will support the work of the Institutional Grammar Research Initiative and the other is for project work on urban food action plans to advance human well-being and health, environment, and equity goals.

October 3, 2019

Tenth Decade Fund supports new scholarly projects

The Maxwell School’s Tenth Decade Project provides seed funding for worthy scholarly projects that have the potential to produce significant external research funding and high-impact publications. Since it was created, the Tenth Decade Project has attracted nearly $850,000 in gifts from 267 individual donors, including a lead gift from long-time Maxwell supporters Gerry and Daphna Cramer.

October 2, 2019

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SU named a US Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence

Established in 2005 by Congress, the IC CAE program is designed to increase the number of culturally and ethnically diverse, multi-disciplinary professionals in the intelligence community. The program "will leverage contributions from virtually all the schools and colleges at Syracuse University, and provide additional career opportunities for our students,” says Vice Admiral Robert Murrett (retired), professor of practice of public administration and international affairs.

June 6, 2019

Champion awarded Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant to Russia

Craige Champion, professor of history, has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant to Russia. The award will allow Champion to teach at the Russian State University for the Humanities in Moscow for the fall term of 2019, and to conduct research and writing in Moscow and St. Petersburg on his current book project, Citizen and Empire in Democratic Athens and Republican Rome.
May 2, 2019

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Elise Roberts awarded grant from the Smith Richardson Foundation

Roberts is a Ph.D. candidate in political science who focuses on comparative politics and international relations. The Foundation is supporting her dissertation research, which examines the effect of foreign aid in post-conflict states and the processes of conflict relapse, as part of their mission to support scholars and organizations that promote international security and domestic public policy. 

April 23, 2019

Supreme Court scholar Thomas Keck is a 2019 Carnegie Fellow

Thomas M. Keck, professor of political science and the Michael O. Sawyer Chair of Constitutional Law and Politics at Maxwell, is a leading expert on the Supreme Court, American constitutional development, and the use of legal strategies by movements for social change. The Carnegie Fellows program is the most generous initiative of its kind, awarding researchers in the humanities and social sciences significant time to research, write, and publish.

April 22, 2019

Qualitative Data Repository granted award from NSF

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has granted its fourth major award since 2011 to support the Qualitative Data Repository (QDR). The repository is hosted by the Center for Qualitative and Multi-Method Inquiry, which is affiliated with the Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs, a unit of Syracuse University's Maxwell School for Citizenship and Public Affairs.
April 18, 2019

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Maxwell’s Qualitative Data Repository receives NSF grant to facilitate ethical data sharing

Colin Elman, professor of political science and co-director of the Qualitative Data Repository (QDR), has received a $299,787 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support the construction of socio-technical infrastructure to facilitate the safe sharing of sensitive qualitative research data. 
September 27, 2018

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Flores-Lagunes to study effects of education on obesity, mental health

Alfonso Flores-Lagunes, professor of economics, has received a $169,785 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study the effects of educational attainment on obesity and mental health. The award forms part of a three-year project, “Genes, Education, and Gene-Education Interactions in Obesity and Mental Health,” led by Central Michigan University, with CMU’s Vikesh Amin, assistant professor of economics, serving as the principal investigator. The overall project is funded by an NIH Research Project Grant worth $984,812.
September 20, 2018

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